October 13, 2021
In April, massive demonstrations exploded in Cali and in several Colombian cities. A combination of rising poverty, political dissatisfaction, and the Covid-19 pandemic led many people, especially the youth, to demand President Iván Duque’s impeachment.  After a few months, the mobilization lost momentum, even though a political solution has never emerged. But now many hope
September 09, 2017
Pope Francis paid tribute to the fighters and victims present
September 08, 2017
The statue will take centre stage at a reconciliation ceremony in the Colombian town of Villavicencio
September 05, 2017
The Catholic Church has been a guiding force in bringing rebels back to civilian life
November 23, 2016
The decision to sign the amended peace accord was made during a meeting at a heavily guarded Catholic retreat in Bogota
October 18, 2016
A new peace deal is to be negotiated after voters rejected an agreement that would have formally ended the long-running war between the government and Farc
September 27, 2016
Cardinal Pietro Parolin was speaking hours before the government and Farc rebels signed a historic peace deal
August 31, 2016
Vatican declines invitation, but praises the country's peace deal
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